Gregory Deva 70 Pack - Women's
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Extended trail trips, winter weekends and new adventures are all possible with the Gregory Deva 70 women's pack. Its customizable suspension system makes long trail miles fly by in comfort.
- Removable hydration sleeve converts into a fast and light daypack with shoulder harnesses and accessory pocket; hydration reservoir sold separately
- Custom-fitted raincover included; it stows in a quick-access zippered pocket on underside of the top lid
- Updates to last season's Deva 70 include stronger main body material, improved airflow and lighter weight due to a streamlined suspension system
- Women-specific suspension features adjustable, independently pivoting shoulder straps and hipbelt panels for a stable, custom fit every time you shoulder the pack
- Mesh on the hipbelt, shoulder harness and structured foam back panel wicks moisture away, helping the pack dry quickly during well-earned trail breaks
- High-strength tubular aluminum frame channels the weight of the pack to your lower back and hips, minimizing side-to-side sway as you hike
- Full-body, U-Zip main opening on front of bag allows easy unloading when you get to camp
- Water-resistant hipbelt pocket gives you quick access to your phone or camera
- Sunglass quick-stow system on shoulder harness provides quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades without taking the pack off
- Tuck-away bottle holster for on-the-go water access; stretch-mesh side stash pocket is large enough for a second water bottle, trekking poles, sandals, snacks, etc.
- Dual front zippered organization pockets with heavy-duty stretch-mesh stash pocket
- Zippered bottom sleeping bag compartment with removable divider
- 4 top pocket lash points for solar or accessory attachment, plus 2 lower lash points
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